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There's No Place Like Kansas for a Late Season Pheasant Hunt

 

 


Plan now – for a great Kansas pheasant hunt!
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Dear Pheasant Hunter,

Here in Kansas, we’re excited to report great conditions across the state have laid the foundation for an excellent pheasant season. As a result, our biologists report that farmers are seeing more pheasants than they have in years. Improved habitat, good weather and a delayed wheat harvest provided ideal conditions for pheasant nesting across much of Kansas. And the prognosis is looking even better for bobwhite quail, if you’re interested in a mixed bag (which only adds to the fun).

That’s why I invite you to Kansas before the season ends. Our winters are more temperate here than they are in the northern states. That makes Kansas a great destination for hunters who want a winter hunt without freezing solid themselves!

 
 


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Here are a few more reasons why Kansas is a great upland game destination:

  • Lots of access: Kansas offers more than a million acres of walk-in access hunting. To help you plan your hunts strategically, we provide the 2015 Upland Bird Forecast and the Kansas Fall 2015 Walk-In Hunting Access Atlas.
  • Rooster Road Trip imageMixed bag opportunities: Some of Kansas’ public hunting complexes include grass, milo, wooded draws and shelterbelts all in the same area. That’s why Kansas offers the best opportunity in the country for a mixed bag of pheasant and quail.
  • Kansas offers more for hunters:Compared to other popular hunting destinations, Kansas has longer seasons, cheaper hunting licenses, and bigger bag limits.
  • Online license and permit purchases:Kansas' pheasant and quail season runs through Jan. 31.
    You can buy your Kansas hunting licenses and permits online.

While opening day has a strong tradition with bird hunters, mid- and late-season hunts can be more productive. Opening weekend crowds are gone, and colder weather and maybe a little snow will bunch the birds up in heavy cover and provide better scenting conditions for your dogs. Won’t you join us? Please come to Kansas for a great hunt!

Sincerely,

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Robin Jennison
Kansas Secretary of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism

 

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